Judith Irma Ommundsen


Judith Irma (Maberg) Ommundsen, age 87, a 63-year resident of Glen Rock, NJ passed away on Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at home surrounded by her loving family.  Born and raised in Lista, Norway, she immigrated to the United States in 1949 at the age of 16 settling in Brooklyn.  A woman of strong faith, she was a member of The Mission Church in Paramus and a former member of Calvary Lutheran Church in Bergenfield where she served as a pianist and organist.  A nature lover who enjoyed camping and loved her adored Norway, Judith also enjoyed knitting and Bingo.

Beloved wife of the late Mauritz Ommundsen.  Loving and devoted mother of Glenn Ommundsen and wife Jeannine, Allen Ommundsen and wife Anne, Edward Ommundsen, Wendy Garnetto and husband Greg and the late Walter Ommundsen.  Cherished grandmother of Alyssa and husband Arbi, Jake, Kirsten, Kayla, Mark, Haley and fiancé Dan, Melanie and husband Tom and Stephanie and husband Marc.  Adored great-grandmother of Alijah, Ariella and Lilly. 

A graveside service is planned for Saturday, March 13, 2021, 2 pm at George Washington Memorial Park, 234 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ.  In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Judith to The Mission Church, 128 North Farview Avenue, Paramus, NJ 07652 would be appreciated.

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To the DEAR family of Judith my heart goes out to you all Cherishing the good memories and remembering her wonderful delicious Norwegian pancakes!!!! Lots of love hugs and hugs!
Cathy and Terry Hornsby
Judith was a wonderful, beautiful woman who will be greatly missed. We drove by her house one day with her son Glenn and his wife Jeannine and dropped in unannounced just so we could meet her and her husband Eddy. This was the first time we met them and Judith welcomed us into their home as family and made us feel completely welcome immediately. She was a complete joy to know! She was smart, beautiful, and just fun. She taught me to play Kings in a Corner, and she beat me every time!!
Tom and PJ Lionetti
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